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Letters to the Editor — Oct. 19, 2021
The Issue: Gov. Hochul’s signing of a law that decriminalizes possession and sale of syringes. By passing a law decriminalizing needle use, the state Legislature and Gov. Hochul have succeeded in making New York City one of the most unsafe places in the country (“Giving junkies the ‘high’ sign,” Oct. 17) Coupled with the home­less...
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GOP Congressman Advocates for Fake Vaccine Administration: 'Ethical Form of Non-Compliance'
"You'd have to be a fool to think this isn't happening," Republican Thomas Massie wrote in a tweet.
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Biden to spend this week working behind the scenes to press Democrats on his sweeping domestic agenda
President Joe Biden has few public events on his schedule this week as he works behind the scenes to secure an agreement on his domestic agenda amid deep divisions within his party.
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Pedestrian, 73, killed by car in Northeast, D.C. police say
Man was crossing Benning Road, according to police.
Former ‘AGT’ contestant speaks out about show pressures after stunt goes horribly wrong
Danny Wolverton, who was on "America's Got Talent" Season 8, told The Post about the pressure that contestants face to make it to the next round by pulling off wild stunts.
Why the COVID-19 vaccine didn’t protect Colin Powell
Colin Powell's death from complications of COVID-19 -- despite being fully vaccinated -- is a rare but serious phenomenon that has afflicted elderly Americans.
Mel Gibson to star in ‘John Wick’ prequel series, ‘The Continental’
The original premise of "John Wick" followed Reeves as an assassin hellbent on searching for the men who broke into his home, stole his car and killed his puppy.
Lieberman Recounts How Bush Offered to Help Him Win Senate Race Amid Iraq War Support
The former Connecticut senator received a call from Karl Rove and also received help from former Republican Senator Elizabeth Dole.
Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzling over sudden virus success
Almost overnight, Japan has become a stunning, and somewhat mysterious, coronavirus success story.
Dillon Danis gives account of recent arrest, says bouncer who choked him impersonated a police officer
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Is this the beginning of a wave of Democratic retirements?
In the last five days, House Democrats have lost almost 80 years of seniority in Congress with the retirements of Reps. John Yarmuth (Kentucky), David Price (North Carolina) and Mike Doyle (Pennsylvania).
America First Legal request for expedited FOIA on DOJ targeting school board 'violence' denied
The Department of Justice denied a request by America First Legal for expedited processing of a Freedom of Information Act request seeking information from the DOJ on its October memo.
Sharks' Evander Kane suspended 21 games over fake COVID-19 vax card
San Jose Sharks star Evander Kane was suspended 21 games on Monday for submitting a fake COVID-19 vaccination card, the NHL announced.
Capitol Rioter Who Tased Officer Fanone Suggests He 'Acted on Behalf' of Donald Trump
A lawyer for Daniel Rodriguez wrote that "it offends due process to convict an individual who was acting upon authorization of a government official."
Dominion Energy asks for donations back from group targeting Youngkin
The utility company said it did not properly vet a group behind social media ads made to look as if the GOP nominee for Virginia governor was being attacked from the right.
LACMA's loss is the Huntington's gain: Ahmanson Foundation to fund art purchases in San Marino
After a rift with LACMA, Ahmanson forms a partnership with the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens.
Environmentalists Oppose Reclassification of Rare Colorado River Fish Due to Drought
It will take continued environmental protection of the rare fish to restore its population to pre-1967 numbers, officials said.
Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds’ former Midtown spread asks $5.7M
A Turtle Bay townhouse once owned by 12-time Grammy-Award-winning R&B singer/composer/producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds is back on the market for $5.69 million. The five-story home, at 241 E. 52nd St., was built in 1899. At 15 feet wide, it is slender yet elegant, and features three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms — plus a...
Ford Foundation will no longer invest in fossil fuels
Other notable philanthropies also have stopped investing in companies that produce coal, oil and natural gas.
Powell envisioned moving the GOP ‘close to the spirit of Lincoln.’ It embraced Trump’s view instead.
Republicans once saw the former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman as the next Dwight D. Eisenhower, a potential presidential candidate who could unify a nation.
Can we please stop talking about Adele and Rebel Wilson's weight loss?
Rebel Wilson and Adele keep trending because they've lost weight. Can we stop acting like this is news?
Neighbors fed up with ongoing sewage spills
14-yo dead after being shot at a house party
Mother, man arrested in missing boy case
VT leaders apologize for eugenics studies
Man allegedly stole SUV w/ child inside
Students must stay home 30 days after vaccine
Woman feeds the homeless because she's walked in their shoes
School cancels classes following more threats